Congratulations to all the UT faculty who are involved in our two grant programs this coming year! For the Teaching Innovation Grants, a year long project in creating innovative course designs to improve student engagement and learning, congratulations to:
Dr. Thorsten Huth (German), Dr. Margaret Keneman (French), Grace McClurkin and Joshua Mike (Mathematics), Dr. Charles Sanft (History) and Senior Lecturer Bob Guest (Mathematics), in the College of Arts and Sciences.
Dr. Stephanie TerMaath (Mechanical, Aerospace, & Biomedical Engineering) and
Dr. Kevin Kit Materials (Science & Engineering), in the College of Engineering.
Dr. Sally Hunter Child, with GRA Hayley Moran (Child and Family Studies) and
Dr. Stefanie Benjamin (Retail, Hospitality, & Tourism Management) in the College of Education, Health, and Human Sciences.
For the new Teaching for Impact Grants, a grant for redesigning instruction and assessment in a course, for better transparency and improved student learning, congratulations to the following instructors:
Suzie Prentiss (Communications); Kylie Berry, Ann Contole, Tracy Cook, Jennifer Fowler, Marie Jameson, Brittany Stephenson, and April Conner (a Mathematics cohort); Micheline Van Riemsdijk, Robert Washington-Allen, Madhuri Sharma, and
Hyun Kim (Geography); Josh Variego (Music), Valerie Vojdik (Law), Stephanie Benjamin, and Guoxun Chen (nutrition). Our own T.K. Francis (TennTLC GRA from CEHHS) is also part of the grant program.
Thank you all for joining us in these exciting programs! We will post more about these projects throughout the year.